Born in 1988, Yasaman Baghban grew up in Shiraz, Iran. She graduated from Shiraz University in the field of chemical engineering, but Art has changed the path of her life.
After taking filmmaking and photography courses, she decided to pursue her education in Visual Media Arts. She got her MA in Cinema from Tehran University of Art in 2018. She is a lecturer and simultaneously an independent documentary filmmaker.
Essay films, video arts, photography, multimedia studies and academic research are among her interests. The integration of time and memory with the concept of immigration and exile as well as , feminism, human rights, the Middle East conflicts, life and death are her concerns.
You can find some of her projects here: www.photomediagraphy.com
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